The epicenter of the powerful earthquake in Mexico was located at a small town called Guanajuato.
The magnitude 8.9 quake struck on Wednesday morning, sending a shudder through the entire country.
The quake struck at a depth of about 15 kilometers (9 miles) in the Mexican state of Michoacan.
There were reports of tremors throughout the country.
Mexico has not recorded any deaths, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The Mexican government announced a total of six aftershocks, with three more to come.
At least two people died.
The U.N. has put the death toll at three, with six others injured.
At one point, authorities said that it was “likely” that there could be as many as 100 dead.
But the quake struck just outside the city of La Esperanza, a suburb of the capital, Mexico City.
Some people had gone to work in the nearby town of Oaxaca to get groceries and other supplies.
At the time, many feared that the quake could trigger a major earthquake.
There have been many reports of strong shaking across the country since Wednesday.
But residents have been able to take shelter in their homes and businesses, which are not subject to the earthquake’s effects.
Mexico City is in the center of Mexico City, which is in Ciudad Juarez, where the earthquake struck.
Mexico’s governor said the quake was felt by many, including in parts of the city’s downtown.
Mexico was the most seismically active nation in the world for the first time since 1979.
The epicentre of the quake occurred at a remote stretch of land between the cities of Guanajucaro and Michoacán.
The area has long been a stronghold for the Los Zetas, a drug cartel that has battled the government.
The Zetos have been linked to the killing of more than 100 people in Mexico and the kidnapping of more people in recent years.
Mexico is still recovering from the devastating earthquake.
More than 8,500 people have been killed, including more than 2,500 in the last week alone.